Now, I'm not sure if I printed a pdf on my new printer before Adobe did the update from 9 to 10, but ever since it hasn't printed a document for me. Actually I should rephrase that, it printed one and that was with the help of Kodak. I thought the problem was with my printer, but when I contacted them yesterday they said that there wasn't anything wrong with my printer- it was Adobe Reader. They suggested uninstalling and reinstalling which I've done. I still can't print a document.
This is what happens- document opens up fine. If I'm allowed, I'm able to add information. When I go to print it acts like everything is fine. Adobe goes from 0 to 100% and my printer is spooling. Then it prints off one BLANK page fast and acts like it's actually printing on another, but nothing comes out. Is this an Adobe problem or printer problem? I'm able to print a test sheet and anything from Microsoft Word. I can scan too, so I don't know where the problem is or how to fix it! Thanks!
There is a known issue with Adobe Reader 10.1.2.
The new version contains an option to "print on both sides of the paper" - this option is ticked by default and causes an error on some models of printer that don't have the ability to duplex print.
When selecting File > Print - look about half way down the dialog box and you should see an option for "print on both sides of the paper" with a ticked box.
Take the tick out of this box and then try printing again. It should work correctly now.